On their third day, the Duke & Duchess of Sussex visited the Royal Equestrian Club in Morocco’s capital city, Rabat. In the club Their Royal Highnessess saw the benefits of equine therapy, which gets supported by them, helps disabled children and young people with mental health challenges.
Afterwards Their Royal Highnessess joined a cooking dmeonstration with Chef Moha, one of Marocco’s leading chefs. Both met children who were practising traditional Maroccan dishes, and making Cherine Mallah’s Moroccan Pancakes from ‘Together: Our Community Cookbook‘, the charity cookbook supported by The Duchess herself. The organisation enables children from under-privileged backgrounds to learn more about cooking traditional Moroccan food.
The Duke & Duchess also visited Rabat’s beautiful Andalusian Gardens to meet Morocco’s young social entrepreneurs. Many of these young people who were at the gardens that day are working to address youth unemployment and supporting vulnerable communites. The Duke & Duchess learned more about the communities latest projects and heard about the transformational impact of community-based programmes.
In their final engagment of the Royal Visit Morocco Tour, The Duke & Duchess attended an audience with Mohammed VI of Morocco, The King of Morocco at Rabat Royal Residence.